School Foodservice Directors Speak Up

July 2008
FoodService Director;7/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p8
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This article highlights the U.S. Department of Agriculture's first of seven CNP & WIC Reauthorization Listening Sessions held in Boston, Massachusetts in June 2008. Child nutrition advocates urged higher meal reimbursement rates, more fresh fruits and vegetables, elimination of the reduced price category, adoption of federal nutrition standards for a la carte foods and an expanded summer breakfast program, among other points. There is a need to revisit calorie levels, said Joanne Morrissey of Quincy (Massachusetts) Public Schools.


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